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Monkeypox Resources

Posted by on August 5th, 2022 Posted in: Advocacy, Blog, Consumer Health, Resource Sharing
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Monkeypox Resources

Want to find more information about monkeypox?

MedlinePlus has information on monkeypox written for members of the public.

Information on MedlinePlus can be freely distributed and shared. MedlinePlus has high quality health information, in both English and Spanish, that is easy to understand and free of advertising.

StatPearls has information on monkeypox written for clinicians and health professionals.

StatPearls is a comprehensive library of peer-reviewed medical content for the benefit of practitioners globally.

PubMed has citations for peer-reviewed articles on monkeypox.

You can narrow your search with subheadings included in the monkeypox MeSH term  or do a basic PubMed search for monkeypox to find citations for articles that are too new to be indexed with MeSH terms yet. Use filters on the left to restrict by date or article type.

CDC has a comprehensive monkeypox page with information on signs & symptoms, prevention, how it spreads, and the 2022 outbreak.

There are specific sections for:

The CDC site includes a U.S. Map and Case Count and downloadable communication resources.

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